What You Don’t Know About Reconstructive Therapy (RT) Could Keep You In Pain
Chronic physical pain plagues dozens of millions of people throughout the U.S. It’s just “the way it is” for many people. Yet a little known, non-surgical treatment called Reconstructive Therapy – RT for short – could potentially return millions to a pain-free more active lifestyle. Whether it’s arthritis pain, headaches, neck pain from whiplash, rotator cuff or shoulder pain, sciatica, low back pain, sports injuries, joint damage from accidents – I could go on – all of these debilitating pains and more can be diminished and in many cases eliminated with RT.
So, you may be wondering, what exactly is Reconstructive Therapy? It’s an injection technique discovered in the 1920’s by George S. Hackett, M.D. and two Philadelphia osteopathic surgeons Dr. Gedney and Dr. Shumann. The technique has been shown to safely and easily cause growth of cells and tissues to permanently stabilize and strengthen weakened joints, cartilage, ligaments and tendons.
The real beauty of RT is that it stimulates your body’s own body tissues’ healing mechanism. It promotes the body’s own natural healing ability. No surgery, no pills required. Each treatment session results in more and more tissue being laid down in the needed areas. As a result, the joints become stronger and more and more stabilized. Pain becomes less and less and in most cases disappears entirely.
Incidentally, over the past more than 30 years, we have developed and refined a number of ways to use RT to resolve painful joint problems. You’re right – “One size fits none!” Our job is to find the easiest and most effective version of our RT to best solve your problems.
Just a few more points. Reconstructive Therapy is capable of increasing the strength and structure in ligaments and tendons up to 30 to 40% over normal. And the results are permanent. If you’re ready to discuss and discover how RT could diminish and very likely eliminate the pain you’ve been living with, give my office a call. We love helping people feel better than they’ve felt in ages.